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Avelino joins LuponWXC

I used to order a lot of streaming products to improve the broadcast quality of streamers in the local field.

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PAULO Avelino (left) joins Nico ‘KuyaNic’ Nazario in turning LuponWXC into one of the country’s top gaming organizations. / PHOTOGRAPH COURTESY OF LUPONWXC

Veteran television actor Paulo Avelino became the newest part at LuponWXC — a move that turned his passion for online gaming into a business.

Founded by local gaming icon Nico “KuyaNic” Nazario in 2015, LuponWXC offers streamers, Esports players and professional gamers in the country new and diverse opportunites to connect with their viewers.

Currenly, LuponWXC has six operational studios focused on original content like Mobile Legends, DotA 2, original show concepts with Kumu, event activations, and major broadcast productions.

The creators of LuponWXC regularly stream on YouTube, Facebook, and Kumu. They also released a line of gaming merchandise and clothing called D’Armory, which is currently available online through Shopee.

Avelino, a popular actor who had done some remarkable projects, will be joining the group armed with an extensive background in production and the media industry to help position LuponWXC on top of the mainstream gaming industry.

Avelino said he is a longtime admirer of KuyaNic that prompted him to join LuponWXC.

“I used to order a lot of streaming products to improve the broadcast quality of streamers in the local field,” Avelino, who is looking forward to the completion of their world-class gaming facility in Cavite, said in a statement.

“One day, our common friend asked me if I had any supplies lying around for a certain product that was out of stock everywhere. I asked who needed it, and he said it was KuyaNic. Knowing who he was, I offered to give him the product for free.”

KuyaNic, who broke into the Esports scene in 2016 via is groundbreaking idea of creating a broadcast platform for gaming called WomboxCombo, said he always believes in the potential of gaming.

“I’ve always believed that gaming is the future,” he said.

“At the time, there really wasn’t a blueprint on how things should be done, and I saw this as my chance to be a part of it and develop it.”

As a key partner, Avelino would be sharing his knowledge and use his experience to improve the quality of the company’s curated content and the coverage of all current gaming events.

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